The closing of the doors last week at a mid-Atlantic states solar installer highlights the uncertainty of the photovoltaic market and brings to the fore the vagrancies of renewable energy credits (RECs) and in particular solar renewable energy credits (SRECs).
Good Chemistry: Thanks to a Merger, a Poultry and Produce Wash is Helping the Oil Industry Extract Resources More Effectively
In 2008, Vic Keasler was performing molecular biology tests at a pharma, biotech, and academic research company.
What is a wild bird worth? Does it matter whether it is a Bald or Golden Eagle, of which here are few, or ducks and pelicans, of which there are enough (as least the ducks) so that hunters may shoot them for dinner.
Home Rule On Display in Los Angeles: First Oil-Producing City in California to Enact a Moratorium On Hydraulic Fracturing
It was only a matter of time before a city banned hydraulic fracturing in California – a “home rule” state, where cities and localities are permitted by constitutional amendment to enact and enforce their own zoning laws as they see fit, so long as those laws stay within the bounds of state and federal constitutions.
Mexico is not on the radar of most small and mid-sized E&P companies. However, recent reforms could create significant opportunities in the Mexican exploration and production market for small and mid-sized E&P companies.
On January 11, 2014, CBS News released a news story regarding the recent increase in earthquakes seen in the small town of Azle, Texas. Since November 2013 alone, the Barnett Shale area where Azle is located has recorded 32 earthquakes, with the strongest earthquake measuring a magnitude of 3.7.
The Electric Power Research Institute (“EPRI”) has launched a three-phase initiative regarding distributed energy resources (“DER”) and grid integration.
Oral Argument Recap: Ohio Supreme Court Considers Home Rule in Challenge to Zoning Ordinances Restricting Drilling
On Wednesday, the Ohio Supreme Court held oral argument to determine the scope of Ohio’s constitutional guarantee of municipal “home rule.”
Deadline Extended to Submit Comments On EPA’s Proposed Greenhouse Gas Emission Limits for New Power Plants
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced that it is extending until May 9, 2014, the deadline for submitting comments on its proposed rule to set greenhouse gas emission limits for new coal- and gas-fired power plants.
The question in Graham v. Prochaska: Did the grantors in a 1950 Texas warranty deed reserve a “floating” 1/2 royalty interest or a “fixed” 1/16th royalty?